PLEASE JOIN US March 11th & 12th as we LIVE-Stream Season-2, Episode-1, of our Type 1 diabetes Tech show “Are We There Yet…in T1D Tech?”
We will be broadcasting LIVE from the Buttonwillow Race Track in Buttonwillow, California, where people take their racing seriously (the county is the birthplace of fellow race car driver Ryan Reed (also battling Type 1 diabetes) and the county boasts five full Racetracks).
Christopher Lewis will become the FIRST EVER Closed Loop Race Car Driver. Christopher is a longtime member of the #WeAreNotWaiting community and was a developmental driver for Drive4Diabetes (he also clocked only 1 second behind Ryan Reed’s time in the same car on the same track).
We will be LIVE-Streaming from the driver’s seat in the race car in addition to LIVE-Streaming his Nightscout/Loop website showing how adrenaline affects his blood glucose.
This broadcast is made possible through the Nightscout Foundation on KCGM-TV.
The Nightscout Foundation exists to encourage and support the creation of open source technology projects that enhance the lives of people with Type 1 Diabetes and those who love them. This includes fundraising, advocacy, and direct software and hardware development.
If you find you enjoy these type of broadcasts and projects, a donation in any amount is always appreciated (with a donation of $10 or more you will receive a vinyl Nightscout appliqué that you can put on your car, laptop, window or other location to help spread our community’s motto that #WeAreNotWaiting.
The Nightscout Foundation is a US IRS Recognized 501(c)3 Organization, and contributions are deductible as allowed by US Tax Code. Consult your tax professional for full details.